Resource Topic: Music
So how much does top guitar player Alan Nimmo from the band King King know about musical scales? In this video we put him to the test and ask him about the scales he uses on his albums and live gigs. More video’s of King King on our guitar teachers website by going to www.MyGuitarLessons.co.uk.
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King King’s Alan Nimmo talks exclusively to us about their Live 2017. Dates are in Norwich, Southampton, Aberdeen, Inverness, Glasgow, Bristol, Southend, Bury St Edmunds, London, Northampton, Nottingham, Newcastle, York, Nantwich, Sheffield, Corby, Tavistock, Wimbourne, Tavistock, Basingstoke,... Read More >
King King’s guitarist and singer Alan Nimmo talks to My Guitar Lessons about everything guitar including techniques he uses, song writing, his, guitars, effects and backline. He also has tips for guitarists on how to play better. Keep logging in for more information about King King Enjoy.
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World renown guitarist Thomas Blug tells us all about the development, constructing and using his Blug AMP 1 and the remote pedal board at a live gig. See Thomas run through the amp and how best to use it. Many more Thomas Blug video’s to follow so keep logging on.
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Its been 6 Months since the amazing guitar player Prince passed away at his home in Paisley Park. I was deeply honored to have breifly jammed with this great player in London a few Years back and to use his cloud guitar. Here we pay homage to Prince by tabbing out his jazzy laided back ballad called... Read More >
Here is one of the most famous bass licks in the World that you can play on your guitar. Although its the end section to a track called The Chain its most well known for being the intro music to the F1 racing car TV show. Fill in the notes you are playing at the top of the tab. Now try playing... Read More >
Using 3rd and 5th notes of the chords give you a great melody line to play solos. In this example we have taken chords and then worked out the 3rds and 5ths of that chord and used the notes to create a melody line. Look at the 3rd and 5th notes from that chord scale. The Em scale is E, F#, G, A, B,... Read More >
One of the biggest rock ballads ever Purple Rain turned Prince in to a superstar. And not only was he one of the greatest guitarists on the planet, he sung, played piano, played bass and played drums on most of his recorded music. Here we look at the main chords to the songs played by Prince’s... Read More >
Jazz, modern percussive, Celtic fingerstyle and much more with Stuart Ryan, John Wheatcroft and Declan Zapala at The Haverhill Arts Centre in Suffolk on Saturday 25 June from 8.00pm.
Stuart Ryan – An award winning concert guitarist, Stuart has been the acoustic guitar columnist... Read More >
Danny Tells us about his guitar heros including Walter Trout, Albert Collins, Eric Clapton, Stevie Ray Vaughan, Bernie Marsden, Jimi Hendrix, BB King, Albert King, Freddie King, Ronnie Earl, Snowy White. Listen to some of the stories he tells about playing and recording with these guys in our video... Read More >
Danny tells us that this CD is a tribute to his guitar heroes like Jimmy Reed, Albert Collins, Bernie Marsden and Walter Trout. He recorded it in a live way and he is delighted with the album. Check out what he says about it here in this video interview. We where lucky enough to get a signed copy... Read More >
We at My Guitar Lessons are big Prince fans and where utterly saddened by his passing 3 weeks ago. As a dedication to the great man we have tabbed out several of his better know songs including Purple Rain and Sometimes It Snows In April, but today we have a rock charged classical by the name of Lets... Read More >
We now have a great selection of great Christmas tunes tabbed out for guitar teachers to use. There’s Slade – Merry Christmas Everybody, Roy Wood – I Wish It Could Be Christmas Every Day, We Wish You A Merry Christmas and more. They even have the words on for pupils to try singing... Read More >
Basic barre and open chords except for the tricky run in the intro/chorus. Whilst doing this run we would suggest you pick the first 3 strings (A,D & G) downwards and the B string upwards to take you back to the A string more efficiently. Many more tabs available Read More >
Fun guitar song to learn here from the Fab Four. Try to use your middle and ring fingers on the E string on the first section as it puts your other fingers in the correct place for the following sections. This will take a while to get up to full speed so don’t give up.
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